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North Bay Motorcycle Club
Santa Rosa, California

Established in 1939
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2018 SAWMILL 2 DAY ISDE QUALIFIER
Hosted by North Bay Motorcycle Club
April 7 & 8
Key time 8:00am Saturday and Sunday.  Be at the starting line 15 minutes prior to your start.
SIGN UPS:  Open 4-9 pm Friday, 6-8 am and 7-9 pm Saturday.  6-8 pm Sunday

CAMPSITE/STAGING AREA:  The campsite/staging area is on private property.  Please be respectful, police your area, report anything inappropriate to a North Bay Motorcycle Club member, and carry out your garbage.  Please respect the property as you would your own and pick up your zone before leaving. No campfires. Thank you.
Camping available 10 am Friday through 10 pm Sunday.

COUNTY ROAD:  We have obtained a special use permit from Lake County to use the 1.5 mile section of County road between the staging property and Cow Mountain.  Obtaining the permit in the future is dependent on all participants NOT EXCEEDING 15 mph on the paved road and being respectful of property owners who are travelling or walking to and from their property.  Respect and slow speeds ensure we can offer you a race like this in the future. High speeds, wheelies, riding up the banks, etc. will ensure we cannot get a permit in the future. Please ride accordingly.

HOW TO RIDE A QUALIFIER SEMINAR: 7 pm Friday evening near sign up tent.

For information email sawmill@northbaymc.org prior to April 4.

All riders MUST check in at the sign up tent.  Riders under 18 must have a parent/guardian present to sign a release form.  A notorized letter may be presented if parent is not present.
AMA and District 36 cards available at the event.
LOI riders must be checked in and bike impounded by 9:00 pm Friday.

A riders meeting will be held each day at 7:30 am at the starting line.
Course is approx. 70 miles Saturday and approx. 65 miles Sunday.  Gas is remote. Your gas can must be in the gas trailer prior to 7:30 am each day.  No pit crews or spectators at gas.
Cow Mountain will be closed, however, there is always the possibility of two way traffic.
All bikes must pass tech inspection for sound (96dB), spark arrestor, green/red sticker, and numbers.

There is a $10 per vehicle fee for parking with proceeds going to K-Corps, a youth search and rescue unit in Lake County.

Directions:  From 101 take Hwy 20 east to Upper Lake, turn south on Hwy 29.  Exit west on Scotts Valley Rd. Left on Riggs Rd. Rt. on Scotts Creek Rd. to staging.
From Interstate 5 take Hwy 20 west to Upper Lake.  From Upper Lake follow directions above.